Flip the look for a change and go for printed pants with a plain shirt. To comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Building Your Outfit I usually choose my top first, then match the shoes and the pants to complete the look.
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Midi skirts look sober as well as fun. And the timeless polka dots print enhances the beauty of the outfit.
Combine style and comfort by donning khaki pants with a decent top. The look is amazing. Gray pants and a white top would look lovely together. Try this look this summer. If you are aiming at standing out of the crowd go for an animal print with cropped pants.
Go for plain ankle length pants with a printed top for a trendy look. Stay graceful wearing a pencil skirt with a mediocrely fitted shirt. Palazzo pants are comfy and they look fabulous.
There are several types of palazzo pants ranging from pleated ones to cropped ones. One thing common about all is that they look very fashionable. Breeze through the day donning palazzo pants and an airy top. Keep it cool with a white jumpsuit and a denim jacket. Wear a wrap skirt for a pretty look. If you opt to wear a printed skirt go for a plain tee and if you decide to wear a printed tee then go for a plain wrap skirt.
Floral is very much in vogue these days. A flowery printed dress would look fancy on a super sunny day. Blue jeans with a white dress shirt is a classic look. When in doubt go for this outfit. Black and white can never lose their elegance. Rock a striped black and white top with leggings this summer. A full black outfit would make you look gorgeous.
Try the look for an evening party. Dial the notch on sophistication up and go for an all-white outfit. Flip the look for a change and go for printed pants with a plain shirt.
A content writer by the day and a reader by the night — two things that she loves the most. Lemon yellow and purple? Orange, mango, and turquoise? Of course, you don't have to stick with citrus colors.
Try adding some aqua and turquoise to your summer wardrobe. A word of warning: When thinking about summer, I always picture nautical styles. Navy and white, with yellow accessories, is classy and flattering on most skin tones.
Gray with a contrasting bright color always looks chic. In fact, I think gray is the new black for us in the summertime. We can wear it anywhere. Be careful to pick a gray that suits your skin tone. Even though it's a neutral, gray can be a warm tone or a cool tone, so pick the one that makes your eyes sparkle and skin glow.
An easy go-to color combination that is always a classic is black and white. I like to wear it when traveling because mix-and-match pieces extend your wardrobe choices. Black and white looks sophisticated and crisp—important considerations for hot, sticky days in the city. The color-block trend is one of my favorite ways to wear a pattern. It's simple, bold, and unusual—think Mondrian. Keeping to two or three really big chunks of color will give you the look.
It is a pattern that women over 50 can easily wear without being too busy. It's also great to use when traveling. I think that is why I lean towards color-block choices for my summer wardrobe. Summer neutrals are a classic, and they're so versatile, going from morning to night with ease. No worries about mixing and matching while traveling either. The main thing about neutrals is the fact that they often look casual or sporty, which is a look that suits me fine, but for someone who loves drama, neutrals are probably not for you.
Color means drama in most cases, and strong contrasts add to that type of look. So if neutrals are not for you, look into building your wardrobe with strong contrasts like navy and white or strong splashes of color. I find I often wear neutral, gray, or tan.
To freshen the look, add orange accessories—something with spice or pattern. All-over denim is another one of my favorite slimming looks. It creates one long line and draws more attention to your face. It's comfortable, and you can wear either shorts or long pants.
This look goes from working in the garden to grocery shopping, to grabbing a bite to eat with friends.
They make a big splash every summer! I personally don't feel comfortable in metallics myself, but if you like them, summer is a great time to use metallic accents.
I usually choose my top first, then match the shoes and the pants to complete the look. For example, a soft peach top and capris in a bright mango would look fabulous with striped ballet flats. Boho looks are one trend I really like, and the flowing blouses and skirts are flattering on most body types.
Loose dresses in summer are airy, cool, and just make you feel good. One way to accessorize your look is to find a great lightweight scarf that you'll want to wear everywhere. Scarves are a versatile fashion accessory, quickly adding color and disguising a less-than-youthful neck. They're also great for finishing a look and tying it all together. I love the Van Gogh iris print scarf pictured below. I would wear it with yellow and turquoise pieces, then choose sandals or flats that work well with the look.
My idea of showing off is relatively conservative, but like most women, I do like fashion-forward shoes. Shoes are an easy way to make a statement without your entire outfit screaming, "Look at me! I won't last ten minutes in high heels if I have to do any walking. So something with a low heel keeps a smile on my face. I like a bright orange or radiant orchid-colored shoe.
Both colors are appropriate for a dinner date, but they're also nice for casual shopping trips and being out and about. Sneakers with a new and unusual look can be a fun way to make a statement without compromising comfort.
Mules are one of my favorite types of shoes to wear in the summertime. They come in many colors, and they are so easy to slip on when you're in a hurry. I personally like them to have some fancy details and a bit of a romantic feel. With some flair and sophistication, mules are still a classic summer look. Besides denim blue, this shoe comes in an array of other colors. Clarks is my "go-to" brand because they are comfortable for touring on vacation and long shopping trips.
If I need to stay on my feet, I put my Clarks on! Even my fashion-conscious daughter is a convert to this brand because they feel good to walk in and look fantastic. The Mango brand is full of neutral colors, textures, and very wearable shapes for older women. Note the looser silhouette, especially regarding pants. To comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.
Don't try to hide your body, streamline it. Colors That Work Well for Summer Summer colors are fresh and bright, so choose clothes that reflect that. Brights and Jewel Tones Summer is perfect for bright colors. Classic Color Pairings When thinking about summer, I always picture nautical styles.
Patterns The color-block trend is one of my favorite ways to wear a pattern. Neutrals Summer neutrals are a classic, and they're so versatile, going from morning to night with ease. Building Your Outfit I usually choose my top first, then match the shoes and the pants to complete the look. Do you wear Capri length pants for summer?
All the time I prefer longer length I prefer shorter length and don't wear Capris They aren't flattering on me I mix them in with other separates See results. How to Build the Perfect Outfit.
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